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pounds lighter. what he finally wanted more than food. >>> that's on a barbed wire fence leading to a massive rescue. >> 108 of them. >> see how they're recovering, in the bat hospital. >>> and it's a dodgeball move straight out of the favorites. >>> three guys with masks and guns bust into a bank in orange city, florida. they're not there to make a deposit. they're there to rob the place. you see them here forcing people on the ground. many of them elderly. at times even fired random shots just to prove, hey, they're guns are real and they're serious. this video comes to us from wf-tv. after they take off with an undisclosed amount of money, someone calls 911. >> where your emergency? >> 2240. >> give me a description. >> a white lincoln towne car. >> you can see the person from the bank is frazzled. calls 911, describes the vehicle four minutes into the 911 call theiz something. >> it's the white lincoln towne car, isn't than about what they stole? >> break into a home, steal a car and use that car to rob the bank. >> exactly, nick. the same dudes who rob this bank carjacked lo
iron, splayed blood and torn guts across the narrow book-lined street as debate turned to barb's screeches, philosophy into choked smoke and a thousand years of history was buried in the rubble. or was there nothing except an inxoerable deadly silence. and the next reader is rick london. >> i'm going to read a few poems by the palestinian poet mahmud darish. i have the wisdom of one condemned to die. i possess nothing, so nothing can possess me and have written my will in my own blood. oh, inhabitant of my song, trust in water. and i sleep pierced and crowned by my tomorrow. i dream the earth's heart is greater than its mouth, more clear than its mirrors, and i was lost in a white cloud that carried me up high as if i were a hupo and the wind itself my wings. at dawn, the call of the night guard woke me from my dream, from my language. you will live another death, so revise your last will. the hour of execution is postponed again. i asked, until when? he said, wait till you have died some more. i said, i possess nothing, so nothing can possess me, and have written my will in my
and encroaching soldiers, who stands unmoved before a roiling tank, who stares with barbed eyes. the enemy is never one who kills for no reason. the enemy is never one who must be vanquished at all cost. it is not so easy to kill from the inside, a shifting corridor of blame. not so easy to trace an intricate blame of betrayals and broken treaties. the enemy is not you, the enemy is not me. the enemy is muslim, christian, atheist, hindu, jew. he is our collective face, our evolution, the devolution, the ripening of long injustices. thank you. the next poet is michael palmer. >> what of that wolf hound at full stride. what of the woman that serves as fairl guide and witness to the snowy hive? what of the singer robed in red and frozen at mid-song? and the stone, its brokenness, or the voice oft seen that says note the dragon seen but asking no questions of flight, no questions of irridescence, what of that century, did you see it pass? what of that wolf hound at your back? and then a poem that is for mahmud darlish called the dream of narcissus. the dream of narcissus, that there would be a
barbs. ís >>> we are learning more today about the deadly attack on the u.s. consulate in libya, the associated press is reporting the cia station chief in libya sent a cable to washington within 24 hours of the attack on the u.s. consulate in benghazi, and said it was carried out by militants. it is unclear whether anyone outside the cia saw the cable. initial media reports connected to the protests across the muslim world because of that anti-islam movie. >>> in lebanon a top official was among people killed when the bomb went off there and injured others there. it is not clear if the violence is tied to the ongoing civil war that is happening in syria. >>> british doctors treating the 14 year old pakistani girl shot by the taliban says she is able to stand with help and to write. doctors say she is communicating freely in writing. she is not speaking yet because she still has a tube in her throat. meantime in pakistan security forces have detained relatives of the man accused in the shooting and hope to force the man to surrenderer by keeping them in custody. >>> president b
. >> reporter: ron barbe drove himself to st. thomas hospital in nashville this afternoon. he received two injections of a steroid for lower back pain last month. >> symptoms started this morning. slight stiff neck and a headache so i went to see my family doctor and he sent me up here. >> reporter: a spinal tap will determine whether barbe has men meningitis i can't imagine what that feeling might be like for you. >> i can't explain it, really. it's been a week of stress and this drive up here was pretty ytressful. >> reporter: and for thousands eporthers who received steroid injections, the stress won't go way soon. this afternoon, health officials warned patients will need to wtch for symptoms for three months-- not the previously recommended 30 days. one patient developed meningitis symptoms 42 days after a tainted steroid shot. tennessee health officials say fungus in the tainted vials, a fungus most doctors never hecounter in all their years thacticing medicine. .hat makes for many nervous people. barbara jenkins is one of them. >> we did not get any call from anyone except just a ro
very much. >> barb karmenini. >> good morning, commissioner, i'm don, i live in the city, my kids go to school right in the marina, i donate time to the park and rec, i coach soccer, first time here in front of all of you. i'm with the marina community association for the last six year and is the wood house is a class act, they do a great job, i really would say you should vote yes with these people. thank you very much and thank you for your time. bye-bye. >> thank you. >> i have greg harris, art scompa and then max. >> i'm greg harris, i live at 335 marina boulevard directly across the marina green from the proposed project. i'm here today because i've heard nothing about this project, we were not notify at all, i think it's poor on the parks and rec side to have posted -- evidently the chain link fence across the street, but art lives next door to me, he never received any notice and now we're here to fiekt for our properties. i understand that all the marinas support this project but the neighbors do not, i don't live down by marina safe, i live directly across the street from t
kept behind the counter at blocks pharmacy. red. and red like the stripe on richard's barb bar pole and the stitches on button holes on over alls of those coming to down on saturday. solid red at the blue moon and red like the eyes of the late staying patrons on sunday mornings. and in church the red of the edge of white pages in a black bound bible coming together, closing. red as a congregation rises. [applause]. >> this references a lynching. the lynching of 2 couples in monroe, georgia occurred july 25, 1946. it's now referred to has the morris ford lynching. insurance man, 1946. silos you might not be here april. ain't none of us never promise said tomorrow. if you died you would need a will. that way you control your nickel when you are gone. get your ducks in a row you might not be here come april. yeah, your policy is up-to-date and we will pay say if you lose an arm at the elbow at the mill. if you died you need a will. double pay for accidental deaths we have you down. your wife will not need to borrowo. you might not be here come april. being alive is enough to get you k
now, the cardinals have barbed the nationals 12-4, knotting their series at one. st. louis's carlos beltran hit the last two of his team's four homers. the orioles even it up with if yanks after a two-run single by dave davis in the third. baltimore tacked on a final run with a mark reynolds single there. they held on to one it 3-2. >>> to golf now where tiger woods reportedly apologized to several of his ryder cup rookie teammates for a perper form ans at medina. woods went 0-3 in team play with steve stricter. finally, look at this. more than 20,000 supporters of the argentine soccer club carried an almost five-mile-long flag through the streets through the club stadium and right into the guinness book of world records. >>> coming up, katie perry's patriotic nanny and lady gaga doesn't miss a beat. your entertainment headlines are still ahead. >>> plus an building blitz from indiana. you're watching early today. >>> a great tuesday morning to you. thanks for joining us again on "early today." dry weather for a couple more days in the northwest. then as the weekend approaches, it c
turned to barb's screeches, philosophy into choked smoke and a thousand years of history was buried in the rubble. or was there nothing except an inxoerable deadly silence. and the next reader is rick london. >> i'm going to read a few poems by the palestinian poet mahmud darish. i have the wisdom of one condemned to die. i possess nothing, so nothing can possess me and have written my will in my own blood. oh, inhabitant of my song, trust in water. and i sleep pierced and crowned by my tomorrow. i dream the earth's heart is greater than its mouth, more clear than its mirrors, and i was lost in a white cloud that carried me up gh
. >> reporter: with all the security, barbed wire, surveillance camera and even retina scans, you'd think this place was housing something extremely valuable. well, it is. your private information. google took cbs news on the first and only tour of a place that for years they denied even existed. its data centers. this one in north carolina is one of twelve enormous facilities spread throughout the world. when you enter a q it -- a request, it first gets routed here. data is backed up twice on more than 55,000 servers. critical data is backed up a third time here. >> it's amazing how all of this works, and that it works at all. >> reporter: google has taken a hit in recent years, because the data centers consume huge amounts of electricity. the company has been making strides, cutting back on air conditioning. >> we estimated we saved over $1 billion in the history of google, through these efficiency measures. >> reporter: google launched a new website. >> it really comes from their feeling that they can't keep this to themselves. >> reporter: and the fact that google owned these data cen
romney were in the same place at the same time tonight. instead of trading barbs they traded one liners. >> reporter: president obama and mitt romney took a break from their contentious campaigns for a night of laughs at a new york charity event. they poked fun at themselves and each other. >> in the spirit of sesame street the president's remarks are brought to you by the letter o i and the number 16 trillion. >> i went shopping at stores in midtown. i understand governor romney went shopping for some stores in midtown. >> reporter: a white tie catholic charity fundraiser. >> it's nice to relax and wear what ann and i wear around the house. >> mitt is his middle name. i wish i could use my middle name. >> reporter: the al smith dinner has been a traditional stop for presidential candidates since the end of world war ii. both candidates got laughs. >> of course i'm pleased that the president is here. we were chatting pleasantly this evening as if tuesday night never happened. >> i had a lot more energy in our second debate. i felt really well rested after the nice long nap i had in the
trading barbs for laughs. good evening. i'm dana king. >> and i'm ken bastida. tonight we saw something we don't usually see on the campaign trail. as elizabeth cook shows us, instead of going at each other, president obama and mitt romney went after some laughs. it was kind of nice, liz. >> reporter: on tuesday, sparks were flying on one of the wildest debates we've ever seen. >> hold on a second. >> the -- >> i -- mr. president, i'm still speaking. >> i -- >> mr. president, let me finish. >> reporter: well, tonight the candidates put all that aside and they were actually pretty funny. >> big bird didn't even see it coming. >> just the other day, honey boo boo endorsed me, so that's a big relief. >> reporter: president obama and mitt romney took a break from their contentious campaign for a night of laughs, at a new york charity event. they poked fun at themselves. >> usually when i get invited to gatherings like this, it's just to be the designated driver. >> there are worse things that can happen to you on your anniversary than forgetting to buy a gift. take note, gentlemen. >> report
for barack obama and mitt romney. just how quickly the two men went from trading jokes to trading barbs. >> and out of a coma back on her feet. now the girl who risked her life to attend school has a message for supporters. >>> mobile weather live today from the embarcadero. good afternoon, everyone. behind me here, plenty of gray skies. but i know i'm wearing white. there is a method to my madness. we'll talk about plus the day the rain returns as eyewitness news comes back right after this. ,,,,,,,,,,,,,, laughs. but that was last night. cbs news reporter tara mergener with that brif moment of levity - and the >>> well, they got together shared a few laughs but that was last night. cbs news reporter tara mergener with the brief moment of levity and now the return to reality. >> reporter: president obama headed back to the campaign trail to rally supporters and try to sway undecided voters in virginia. he told the crowded george mason university his opponent has a problem with changing positions. >> we have to name this condition that he is going through. [ laughter ] >> i think -- i -
night in new york city, it was all smiles and friendly barbs. the two men took a break from the heated campaign to co-headline the al smith dinner >> i was actually hoping the president would bring joe biden along this evening because he will laugh at anything. >> after my foreign trip in 2008, i was attacked as a celebrity because i was so popular with our allies overseas. and i have to say i'm impressed with how governor romney has avoided that problem. >> nice to relax and wear what ann and i wear around the house. >> each praised the other. >> i admire him as a family man and a loving father, and those are two titles that will always matter more than political ones. >> don't tell anybody i said so but our president has many gifts and a beautiful family that would make any man proud. >> and campaigning in pennsylvania, the first time any member of the gop ticket has been in that state. the first time in weeks, we'll have the new york wall street national poll debuting on "meet the press." >> all right, chuck todd here, just a few weeks left, thank you. >>> and now to a story we coul
. >> the concrete, barbed wire and razor wire. >> inside the large residence a fortified save shaven built. you enter through a heavy melt grill. >> tell me about this safe haven >> barred on the windows. you are basically building a jail cell. it's a delay until you can get some relief to get out of there. >> security on the compound consists of five diplomatic security special agents and four members of the libyan government security force called the 17th february brigade. former u.n. ambassador john bolton. >> it is the responsibility of host governments to provide security for all diplomatic establishments. from the u.s. point of view we have to recognize that some countries are better able to do that than others. when you are in a high threat environment we have to do what is necessary to protect our personnel on the ground. >> bret: there is more security at is what called the annex, a mile away. based in tripoli and moving around the country is a department of defense site security team. february 12th, 2012, lieutenant colonel wood who joined the utah national guard after two decades in
ser mordido por un tiburon en las playas del condado de santa barb (♪) >> un surfista perdió vida por ser mordido por un tiburón en santa bárbara, 3 jóvenes disfrutando y francisco fue golpeado y mordido en el agua y lo arrastro en el agua y cuando los paramédicos llegaron estaba muerto y sospecho sean que este ataque de un tiburón largo. >> la policía perseguía a dos sospechosos de robo, como medida de precauciones autoridades cerraron la primaria. >> nos dijeron que había pasado algo del campus de la escuela y por eso estaban protegiendo a los niños. >> terminó con el arresto de ambos sospechosos. >> investigan el homicidio de una mujer y sus dos hijos y dicen que el sospechoso de un familiar en campo cordova. >> detectives salían con bolsas sobre el asesinato de una mujer y sus dos hijas, en esta fotografía dada por amigos, aparece ella con un niño de 3 años y el niño 2 años. >> es claro que tenemos víctimas muy inocente. >> la tarde del martes en el condado de sacramento en un hombre llegó de trabajar solo para encontrar a su esposa mucho útil ada y sin vida
. they have motion detectors. >> reporter: afc an unintended test of all those things, even the airport barbed wire, chain link eight-foot perimeter fence that he easily climbed in his shorts and life vest. that was easy? >> there was no challenge at all. >> reporter: how did this young man become both a trespassing pain in the new york authority's neck and unofficial security consultant for one of america's largest airports? it started on an august night in jamaica bay off the shoreline runways of jfk. >> the jet ski just shut off. i looked around. no lights. no boats, nothing. no noise, just pitch black. >> he's miles away from the shore in choppy water but heads toward faint lights in the distance swimming behind the dead water craft pushing it towards land. it takes hours. >> the actual tower as you can see that was my landmark, the only thing lit up i could go to. >> reporter: finally reaching it hoping just being that close to the airport would set off alarms and lead to rescue. >> i expected maybe a helicopter. maybe a boat, something. nothing happened. >> reporter: nobody patrolling --
was the control tower. after a three mile hike he reached a chain link barb wired fence. he walked across taxi ways and runways. no one saw him and none of the cameras picked him up. >> figured i would be on camera, that somebody would pick me up, maybe a helicopter would come, police car, something. nothing happened, to the point i had to walk up to a cargo worker. >> reporter: he was arrested, finally pleading guilty for a misdemeanor. >> 31-year-old jet skier can penetrate that system, then we have deficiencies, and they have to be addressed. >> this is a big deal. i didn't mean to do this, but i exposed something really important, and that's a flaw in security. >> danny is now suing the port authority saying he was questioned for hours about the offer for warm clothes, food and medical treatment. the port authority has not responded to the charges. >>> a woman is charged with first degree assault. police said angela cobalt tried to drive her car into a security officer. the officer shot at the woman's car but she wasn't hurt. she initially drove away but was taken into custody after crashi
would be a war hog. perhaps a bit passive at times. but still plenty of barbs between these two. there were no finger pointing this time. but the tension and distaste for each other took only minutes to surface. >> i have to tell you that, your strategy previously has been one that has been all over the map. >> my strategy is pretty straightforward. >> the president aiming far win was aggressive, pushing romney for more clarity on plans for a stable afghanistan and iraq. mitt romney insided national security depends on a good economy. >> for us to promote those principles of peace requires us to be strong. >> perhaps the only agreement of the night iran cannot obtain nuclear weapon. but how? >> during the course of this campaign, he's often talked as we should take premature military action. that would be a mistake. >> a military action is the last resort. >> over all the president did and should have done well here. i spoke with robert gibbs about this earlier today. we talked about there's and inherent advantager the sitting president. he handles foreign policy daily. he de
this -- tuxes. they traded some light-hearted barbs. the dinner is a required stop for politicians ever since the end of world war ii. >> a different kind of political battle is going on in fairfax county. you will not believe the extremes to folks are protect -- are taking to protect their right to free speech. a new bombshell in the secret se >> new revelations tonight about the secret service prostitution scandal. according to a confidential report one agent who was in colombia during the scandal admitted to soliciting a prostitute in el salvador and panama. the report also includes allegations about similar misconduct about other -- from other agents. nine service -- nine agents lost their job this spring. >> a new twist to the abuse scandal at penn state. jerry sandusky wants a judge to overturn his child sexual abuse convictions and give him a new trial. these mo today at the same courthouse. >> we are keeping a close watch on some strong storms. >> we're back wit morning and the weekend. >> remarkable lengths to back their favorite politicians. what as governor, i cut five billion do
paul run a wasted no time trading barbs in tonight's one and only vp debate. >> most people in the press and in the public seem to agree that tonight was a great debate, spirited, with no holds barred on either side. >> the site is going to say there by one. what was often i was really lively debate with candidate repeatedly going after one another. the first topic on the table was foreign policy. republican paul ryan was on the attack, accusing the president of making america less safe. >> what we are watching on our tv screens is the unraveling of the obama foreign-policy pierre >> vice-president joe biden hit back. >> with all due respect, that is a bunch of malarkey. not a single thing he said was accurate. >> ryan guzy obama administration of misleading the american people about the deadly consular attack in benghazi. >> it took the president two weeks to acknowledge this was a terrorist attack. >> we will get to the bottom of it and wherever the facts lead, we will make clear these mistakes will not be made again. >> the president did not bring up the 47% in his debate
extended the height of the outer wall. >> charlene lamb of the state department. >> barbed wire. razor wire. >> inside the large residence a fortified safe haven is built. you enter through a heavy metal grill with several locks on it. >> tell me about the safe haven. >> bars on windows. bars -- building a jail cell. you are going to get inside. it's a delay. until you can get some relief. to get out of there. >> it consists of special agents and four member of the libyan government security force called the 17th february brigade. former u.n. ambassador john bolton. >> it is the responsibility of host governments to provide for security for all diplomatic establishments within their territory. from the u.s. point of view, we have to recognize that some countries are better able to do that than others. when you are in a high threat environment, we have to do what is necessary to protect our personnel on the ground. >> there is more security at what is called the annex. mile away. based in tripoli, but moving around the country is a department of defense site security team. february 12, 2012.
and the barbs were flying. we will will tell you what happened and why it matters. >> if four americans get killed it's not optimal and we are going to fix it. >> bill: conservatives outraged that president obama used the word optimal in talking about the four murdered americans in libya. did the president make a huge mistake. we will tell you. >> you know, it made it sound almost like working women are some mail order product you can order out of colored binders. >> bill: the binder deal still causing angst as some women believe mitt romney dissed them when he tried to hire them. gutfeld and mcguirk will deal with the ties that bind in a report that could get out of hand. caution, you are about to enter the no spin zone. the factor begins right now. ♪ ♪. >> bill: hi, i'm bill o'reilly. thanks for watching us tonight. good natured barbs or serious digs. that is the subject of this evening's talking points memo. president obama and governor romney attended the al smith dinner here in new york city last night. that's a charitable exposition run by catholic cardinal timothy dollan. million
with tonight's dinner. of course, they are going to throw some barbs at each other, but i think they will be barbs of the playful sort. if you go back to 2008, you might remember john mccain made the joke about the fact that the only supporter he had in new york was hillary clinton, who happened to be in the audience. he got a big laugh line there. then senator obama made the joke that his name was swahili for that one, and if you remember, that one was what john mccain called him during one of the debates. what was interesting though, martin, at the end of the dinner, they both sort of pra e praiseed each other. it will be interesting to see how they wrap up their remarks. there are reports they don't even like each other very much. they don't have much respect for each other. it's not just that they're competitors. so it will be interesting to see what note they decide to leave their speeches on, but i'm sure tonight is going to be a lot of fun, sort of a combination of standup comedy and a roast. >> the president has been busily campaigning today, as you know. do you get the
the abc reality show saying "the barb lore" and "barb lorette" discriminates against people of color. >>> the hines nut company is recalling nearly 2 million pound of peanuts in the shell as a precaution. they were processed in the same plant at the center of the peanut butter salmonella outbreak. the whole peanuts were sold at walmart, general dollar and other stores. >>> and hollywood's biggest star is getting a major makeover. the hollywood sign is being given its most extensive facelift in 35 years. workers are using about 385 gallons of paint and primer on the famous landmark. the makeover will take another six to eight weeks. it is now four minutes after the hour. you're up to date. let's go over to al. >> all right. thanks so much, nat. let's see what we've got for you starting off with "today." we've got pacific northwest looking a little on the wet side. windy conditions in the plains. we've got a front pushing through the upper midwest. that's going to bring temperatures down. ahead of it though we've got warm weather to talk about. temperatures rising up to anywhere from 5
it the right direction be careful. they have microscopic barbs at the end of each quill. >> now like i'm going to touch him. >> it's great. >> they will stop you. if they get embedded in your skin they will expand due to the heat of our blood. >> embedded quills in my skin that will expand. what's so funny -- >> what's the best part about this, corbin? >> you guys -- >> the best part is i'm not touching that porcupine. >> okay. >> just for me. >> just for you. i barely know you. >> i know, right. >> just be careful. >> look at that. you're fine, you're fine, you're fine. >> isn't that great. >> all his quills are just modified hair made out of keratin. >> every one of those quills are numbered. >> is that a beautiful animal. >> the next animal. i was going to ask what he likes to eat. that's okay. we're fine. we can move on. >> savannah cut this for him. >> actually no wonder he doesn't want to eat it. >> this is great. this is great. this is actually one of africa's most voracious predators. >> trying to kiss you. >> that's actually. >> why do you keep bringing him closer? >> i'm sorry. >> he
of lloyd bentsen's 1988 barb, here's the results of a poll on who came out on top with randall pinkston. >> i will be very specific. >> reporter: vice president joe biden wasted no time challenging congressman paul ryan's take on foreign policy. >> with all due respect, that's a bunch mularkey. >> and why is that so? >> not a single thing he said is accurate. >> reporter: the vice president and ryan clashed over the economy, taxes and medicare with the democrat often on the attack. >> and they're holding hostage the middle class tax cut. it's about time they take some responsibility. >> reporter: but ryan fired back. he slammed the obama administration's economic record. >> this is not what a real recovery looks like. we need real reforms for a real recovery and that's exactly what mitt romney and i are proposing. >> reporter: after several heated exchanges ryan insinuated that president obama's performance last week was motivating the vice president's -- >> i know you're under a lot of duress for making up for a loss round. >> reporter: who won? it depends who you ask. polls are mixe
but they continued trading barbs after last night's second presidential debate. >> let's recap what we learned last night. the tax plan doesn't add up. his jobs plan doesn't create jobs. his deficit reduction plan adds to the deficit. >> i mean he spends most of his time talking about how my plan won't work. what about his plan? we know his plan has not worked. >> tom: "n.b.r.'s" shinon bureau chief darren gersh joins us. so, darren, romney floated a new idea last night, capping tax deductions at $25,000 while cutting tack rate for all wage earners. doesn't add to the deficit according to the governor. does it add up, though? >> tom you'll be shocked, shocked to hear that right now it doesn't. we don't have enough details. here's what we know. so the governor has proposed about $5 trillion in tax cuts. that 25,000 cap he talked abt onitemized deductions, according to the tax policy center, would raise about $1.3 trillion. so you have a hole of 3.7 trillion, and we don't know how governor romney would fill that. >> tom: we also haven't heard much on housing from either candidate except for the refer
. >> reporter: protesters rushed the prime minister's offices ripping up barbed-wire and hurling rocks. troops responded with warning shots and lots of tear gas. the air was so bad, some passed out and were dragged away. this has turned into a standoff right now, between the protesters and the military, the leader of the opposition has called active people to pull back and go home. but this was never how this day was supposed to begin. the day began with a top member of the political regime was killed. it is believed the syrian government orchestrated the attack. >> there's a serious conflict going on between the country and the government. >> reporter: lebanon's president told the country to stand united and urge investigators to quickly find those responsible. but the opposition doesn't trust the government, which they say supports the assaad regime. and they believe lebanon is inextricably tied to religious faith. growing worry that the new state of violence here means that civil war is spreading. the situation is still tense here in beirut tonight. these fences here behind me were put up a
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